• The schedule for both the Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics Individual Qualification and Team competitions at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has been revealed
  • Both Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics will be held at Arena Birmingham – Artistic Gymnastics starting on 29 July until 2 August and with Rhythmic Gymnastics being held from 4 to 6 August
  • Artistic Gymnastics tickets have been in high demand but there’s still a chance to grab tickets for Rhythmic Gymnastics

Birmingham 2022 has unveiled a schedule for the Gymnastics programme for the Commonwealth Games with the action starting in exactly nine days time.

The schedules, details of which have now been added to the Birmingham 2022 website, reveal the subdivisions that the teams will compete in during the first couple of days of competition, with places in the Individual All-Around, Apparatus Finals and Team Finals up for grabs.

The Men’s schedule, which begins on 29 July, has three subdivisions with 18 nations and territories competing in total, with the third subdivision featuring the medallists in the team competition from Gold Coast 2018 - England, Canada and Scotland, plus New Zealand, Australia and Cyprus.

The Women’s Artistic competition begins the following day on 30 July and this contains four subdivisions with four teams in each. Scotland feature in the second, whilst England, who won team silver four years ago, and Wales are in the fourth subdivision, alongside 2018 gold medallists, Canada, and Australia who won team bronze in the Gold Coast.

The Men’s and Women’s All-Around Finals will take place on Sunday 31 July and then the individual Apparatus Finals will be held across the 1 and 2 August.

The Rhythmic Gymnastics programme lasts for three days starting on Thursday 4 August and the 13 nations competing have been divided across two subdivisions.

Out of the home nations, England and Scotland feature in the first subdivision, with Wales in subdivision three, alongside Canada and the three team medallists from Gold Coast 2018 – Cyprus (gold), Malaysia (silver) and Australia (bronze).

Once the team competition is complete on 4 August, the focus will switch to the Individual All-Around Final on Friday 5 August and the Individual Apparatus Finals on Saturday 6 August.

Matt Kidson, Director of Sport for Birmingham 2022, said: “We are delighted to be able to release this schedule for Gymnastics - Artistic and Gymnastics - Rhythmic. The gymnasts always deliver when it comes to incredible skills and exciting routines so we really can’t wait for the action to start at Arena Birmingham.

“Gymnastics has been one of our most popular sports when it comes to ticket sales so I’d urge people to go to birmingham2022.com if they don’t want to miss out.”
Matt Kidson, Director of Sport for Birmingham 2022

All of the gymnastics action will take place at Arena Birmingham, a venue well used to staging major gymnastics events having hosted World Cup competitions and the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships.

Tickets for artistic gymnastics are now difficult to come by but there are still some tickets available for Rhythmic Gymnastics. Tickets start at £15 for adults and £8 for under 16s and are available at birmingham2022.com.